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AMEX recurring billing introduced

As you may already be aware, a month ago we introduced a PayPal recurring service, which was step one in our plan to bring a recurring billing cycle option to all your customers. And today, after several weeks of setup and testing, we are proud to announce that the recurring billing option is also available for payments with American Express credit cards.

The new recurring billing will be valid only for purchases of web hosting plans with the American Express card. In its basics the new recurring billing resembles very much the current PayPal recurring billing – when a new purchase is made, it will be assigned a contract ID. Customers will be able to manage their contracts from their Web Hosting Control Panels and the resellers will be able to manage them from the Recurring Contracts section of the Reseller Control Panel.

All purchases of sole domain names or upgrades will be billed as usual.

A new addition, which we are especially proud of is the option to change the recurring contract type – you can switch from American Express recurring to PayPal recurring at any time without a problem. The old recurring contract will be canceled and a new, PayPal recurring one, will be created.

This new feature required several major updates of the backed of our order forms to be made. These updates will not affect the work of the order forms, but will give us more room and possibilities for upgrades. So, don’t forget to keep an eye on our blog for the latest with ResellersPanel!

Originally published Wednesday, April 15th, 2009 at 2:42 pm, updated July 2, 2024 and is filed under Latest News.

One Response to “AMEX recurring billing introduced”

  1. ResellersPanel Blog » Blog Archive » Whois Protection released for Free Resellers Says:

    […] true of our word, up so far we have introduced 4 new TLDs – .JP and .TW, .NU and .NZ. We also added recurring billing for American Express credit card payments and made a complete backend re-write of our Whois protection service. And to keep up the tempo, […]

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